Introducing the Seeding Sovereignty Project
The Seeding Sovereignty Garden Project is a project of the SRCDC Food Sovereignty Initiative (FSI). FSI is dedicated to restoring our Indigenous food systems that support self-determination and combat preventable health epidemics. The Seeding Sovereignty Program’s primary goal is to a create pathway for our community members to achieve self-sustainability.
The FSI will provide services to develop 10’x10′ soil plots and equipment/materials needed to maintain household gardens. The goal of the project is to establish 100 household gardens and 8 traditional community gardens to the districts of Standing Rock. These gardens will be available to any interested families/community members.
For more information, please contact Ray Moore Sr., Food Sovereignty Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Jordan Davis, our Community Development Manager, at email@example.com.
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